Another new product from rcc - throttle body clamps for gen 1 !

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  1. POWERHOUSE

    POWERHOUSE Frank Site Sponsor Registered

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    It seems the crew at RCC are always out to improve existing products and come up with new ones.

    Due to popular demand, we now have a set of Gen 1 throttle body clamps, the same great design as the Gen 2 billet clamps . . .

    Retail: $325

    Gen 1 Billet Throttle body clamps.jpg
     
  2. Dscahill

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    Looks awesome!

    -D
     
  3. Don Hardcastle

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    Forgive my ignorance, but what do they do other than clamp the TBs?
     
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    POWERHOUSE Frank Site Sponsor Registered

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    They keep the throttle bodies from blowing out of the intake manifolds under boost pressure. . .

    BTW, until the end of this month, these can be had for $309. We will be posting some pics of these installed shortly :whistle:
     
  5. 1busa

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    Aside from all the technical aspects.....What do they do!?!?

    It's BILLET!!! That's a good enough reason alone.....:laugh:
     
  6. RedBusarider

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    Karl
    So is there any reason to own this if you DON'T have a turbo AKA Boost?
     
  7. Big E

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    No need for it Redbusarider unless you are running boost.
     
  8. rockethead

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    still cool lookin :thumbsup:
     
  9. 2wicked

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    It is also an excellent place to drill and tap for nitrous nozzles, no need to drill into your cylinder head,

    Richard
     

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